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FAQs: Conflict in South Sudan and the risks to children

FAQs: Conflict in South Sudan and the risks to children

Conflict in South Sudan has created a hunger crisis, leaving one-third of the population in need of immediate aid. Children are most at risk for malnutrition, and they’re also susceptible to armed recruitment and disease. Read our FAQs to learn more.

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January 4, 2012

Haiti enters third year of quake recovery

As World Vision wraps up quake recovery efforts in 2012 and transitions to long-term development programs, the international community is failing to fulfill its...

January 2, 2012

Worst place to be a mother, best place to be a midwife

Afghanistan is the most dangerous country in the world for pregnant women. But a rise in the number of community midwives is saving the lives of mothers and their...

December 27, 2011

Top 11 photos from 2011

These 11 photos reflect the stories, the struggles and the events that have changed people’s lives forever this year — from earthquakes to famine, from hardship to...

December 24, 2011

The 12 blogs of Christmas

We invited 12 guest bloggers to share about their memories and family holiday traditions that keep them connected to the true reason for the season.

December 23, 2011

VIDEO: Walking in Sabina’s shoes — for water

As seen in USA Today: While staying in rural Africa with Sabina, World Vision photojournalist Kari Costanza walks miles in this mother’s shoes to fetch filthy water from...

December 22, 2011

Chad: Relief for moms of hungry kids

Chronic food shortages in West African countries, like Chad, threaten the health of children.

December 21, 2011

Calling all Women: Join us in Washington, D.C., this March!

Sign up for the Women of Vision National Conference. Join other women from across the country to learn about and confront issues of injustice, poverty, and exploitation.

December 21, 2011

VIDEO: Goats become an answer to prayer

What would it feel like to be disowned by your family because of a condition beyond your control? That’s what happened to Joyce when she found out she was HIV-positive....

December 21, 2011

Gift of warm clothing helps children feel loved, supported

Poverty for the Ananyan family starts on their doorstep — at the partially-collapsed gate that points to the struggles of the people living here. Staying warm during the...

December 19, 2011

Working and waiting in North Korea

Editor’s note: On December 19, North Korea announced the death of its leader, Kim Jong Il. His youngest son, Kim Jong Un, is believed to be the heir-apparent. Kevin...

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